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Special Interest Groups

Rating Group: Business and Industry Association

2008 Positions

State Office District Name Party Rating
Dennis Abbott 57%
James Aguiar 40%
Chris Ahlgren 89%
Janet Allen 67%
Peter Allen 22%
Gene Andersen 44%
Eric Anderson 80%
Beth Reever Arsenault 25%
John Barnes, Jr. 71%
Peter Batula 38%
Maureen Baxley 43%
Suzanne Beauchesne 38%
Catriona Beck 40%
Jason Bedrick 67%
Ronald Belanger 89%
Bernard Benn 44%
Jean-Guy Bergeron 60%
Peter Bergin 40%
David Bettencourt 67%
Deborah Billian 43%
Franklin Bishop 57%
Elizabeth Blanchard 29%
Ruth Bleyler 57%
David Borden 20%
NH Councilor Ward 9 Candace Bouchard 67%
David Boutin 78%
Laurie Boyce 75%
Peter Bragdon 86%
William Brennan 50%
Robert Bridgham 40%
Carole Brown 20%
Carolyn Brown 71%
C. Pennington Brown 43%
Jennifer Brown 20%
Julie Brown 90%
Larry Brown 10%
Brendon Browne 25%
Donald Brueggemann 63%
Michael Brunelle 67%
Lyle Bulis 60%
Rachel Burke 44%
Peter Burling 71%
Suzanne Butcher 40%
Timothy Butterworth 50%
William Butynski, Sr. 50%
Kevin Camm 60%
David Campbell 75%
Frank Case 60%
Kimberley Casey 40%
Gene Charron 60%
Claudia Chase 33%
William Chase 50%
Lars Christiansen 25%
Charles Clark 71%
Mark Clark 50%
Claire Clarke 44%
Robert Clegg, Jr. 57%
Jane Clemons 63%
Larry Converse 10%
Mary Cooney 40%
Pamela Coughlin 63%
Elenore Crane 67%
Howard Cunningham 30%
James Cyr 30%
Jennifer Daler 44%
David Dalrymple 63%
Frank Davis 50%
Judith Day 30%
Russell Day 60%
Marlene DeChane 17%
John DeJoie 40%
William Denley 88%
Stephen DeStefano 75%
James Devine 70%
Betsi DeVries 86%
Anthony DiFruscia 50%
Vernon Dingman III 50%
Cynthia Dokmo 40%
Baldwin Domingo 50%
Thomas Donovan, Jr. 22%
Michael Downing 71%
Richard Drisko 50%
Dudley Dumaine 100%
James Timothy Dunn 40%
Stephanie Eaton 67%
Andrew Edwards 14%
Eileen Ehlers 30%
Nancy Elliott 70%
Susan Emerson 67%
Larry Emerton, Sr. 100%
Frank Emiro, Sr. 60%
Peter Espiefs 11%
David Essex 40%
Iris Estabrook 57%
Carole Estes 56%
Thomas Fargo 40%
Michael Farley 17%
Brenda Ferland 57%
John Flanders, Sr. 90%
Richard Fletcher 88%
Eileen Flockhart 30%
Jeffrey Fontas 14%
Randy Foose 50%
Joseph Foster 71%
Linda Foster 56%
Bea Francoeur 67%
Peter Franklin 40%
Barbara French 33%
Carol Friedrich 30%
John Gallus 57%
Marilinda Garcia 80%
James Michael Garrity 89%
Patrick Garrity 60%
NH Mayor At-Large Ted Gatsas 71%
Ruth Ginsburg 30%
Edmond Gionet 60%
John Gleason 70%
Earle Goodwin 25%
Mary Gorman 40%
David Gottesman 71%
Kenneth Gould 40%
Peter Goyette, Jr. 57%
Anne Grassie 75%
Vincent Greco 33%
Otto Grote 40%
Paul Hackel 25%
Robert Haefner 60%
Elizabeth Hager 57%
Robert Haley 33%
Betty Hall 20%
Christine Hamm 30%
Jill Hammond 25%
Lee Hammond 20%
Ryan Hansen 67%
Laurie Harding 56%
Ken Hawkins 78%
James Headd 63%
Bruce Heald 83%
Virginia Heard 50%
Roger Hebert 38%
John Henson 14%
David Hess 100%
Dana Hilliard 0%
Peyton Hinkle 88%
Roland Hofemann 30%
Edith Hogan 60%
Rip Holden 57%
Paul Hopfgarten 100%
Matthew Houde 63%
Doreen Howard 67%
Pamela Hubbard 22%
Karen Hutchinson 20%
Sarah Hutz 13%
William Infantine 80%
Paul Ingbretson 57%
Paul Ingersoll, Sr. 0%
Russell Ingram 70%
Bob Introne, Jr. 25%
Anne-Marie Irwin 60%
Harold Janeway 71%
Claudette Jean 33%
Arthur Jillette, Jr. 30%
Jane Johnson 70%
Stephen Johnson 0%
Michael Kaelin 30%
Naida Kaen 50%
Lawrence Kappler 90%
George Katsakiores 60%
NH Council Member At-Large Phyllis Katsakiores 60%
George Katsiantonis 0%
John Kelley 13%
Molly Kelly 71%
Sally Kelly 29%
James Kennedy 11%
Joseph Kenney 71%
Susan Kepner 20%
David Kidder 67%
Frederick King, Sr. 60%
Eleanor Glynn Kjellman 11%
John Knowles 33%
William Knowles 71%
J. David Knox 67%
Angeline Kopka 67%
Suzanne Laliberte 63%
Sylvia Larsen 71%
James Lawrence III 83%
Alfred Lerandeau 70%
Rudy Lessard 100%
Robert Letourneau 43%
Nickolas Levasseur 0%
Melanie Ann Levesque 13%
Carolyn Lisle 25%
Charlotte Lister 50%
Priscilla Lockwood 50%
Thomas Loll 20%
NH Alderman Ward 3 Patrick Long 56%
Sidney Lovett 14%
Howie Lund 63%
Ronald Mack 10%
Maureen Mann 22%

How to Interpret these Evaluations

Keep in mind that ratings done by special interest groups often do not represent a non-partisan stance. In addition, some groups select votes that tend to favor members of one political party over another, rather than choosing votes based solely on issues concerns. Nevertheless, they can be invaluable in showing where an incumbent has stood on a series of votes in the past one or two years, especially when ratings by groups on all sides of an issue are compared. Website links, if available, and descriptions of the organizations offering performance evaluations are accessible by clicking on the name of the group.

Most performance evaluations are displayed in a percentage format. However, some organizations present their ratings in the form of a letter grade or endorsement based on voting records, interviews, survey results and/or sources of campaign funding. For consistency and ease in understanding, Project Vote Smart converts all scores into a percentage when possible. Please visit the group's website or call 1-888-VOTESMART for more specific information.

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